Unbought and Unbossed: Canadian Political News and Views
Show #161 Feb 17, 2010.
This episode is 109 minutes and includes:
Telephone interview with political activist Inge Hanley of Vancouver, BC. Starts at 25 minutes, lasts for 30. Topics: quotes by Thomas Jefferson, Olympic protesters, Tea Party takeover, health care and big-pharma in Canada and the States.
Telephone guest Doug Brinkman of Edmonton and in-studio guest Chris Stewart. Starts at 70 minutes, lasts for 12.
-CBC television coverage of Anti-Olympics Rioters Smash Vancouver Store Windows, from Feb 13, 2010. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/british-columbia/story/2010/02/13/bc-vancouver-olympic-protest.html
-UBC Prof. Chris Shaw, author of The Five Ring Circus. A short lecture on the Myths and Realities of the Olympic Games. Chris Shaw will be on the next show. http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=1620012344776979401&ei=4rBxS4qkHoiQqQOa8dDNBg&q=chris+shaw+olympics#
-Alex Jones discussing the incremental deployment of Chinese style Internet censorship across the world. http://www.prisonplanet.com/internet-censorship-protest-shuts-down-australian-government-websites.html
Lady talking over beat. Artists unknown, from the following film. http://dprogram.net/2010/02/12/film-vancouver-2010-false-security-real-terror/
-Quotes by Thomas Jefferson:
-from the David Icke Newsletter, Feb 13, 2010, HYPOCRITE TO THE WORLD.
-from Charles Bukowski: Portions from a wine-stained notebook: Uncollected stories and essays, 1944-1990. City Lights books, San Fran, 2008. Read from the essay Should we burn Uncle Sams ass? 1970. If we are to have a revolution, lets make sure we know what weâre replacing with first.